Cabaret Ticket Prices
With pre-show entertainment, an in-the-round auditorium experience and dining options to get you swept up in the 1930s Berlin atmosphere, this unforgettable musical can be very expensive. Premium Table seats cost up to £325 and seats in the back of the Stalls are £100.
Don’t let the most expensive ticket prices dissuade you from seeing this excellent show; there are several ways to enjoy a night at the infamous Kit Kat Club with cheap Cabaret tickets, including some great seats for less than £50.
Cabaret Musical Discount Tickets
This Olivier Award winning musical is still one of the hottest tickets in town, and discounts are rare if not unheard of for the time being.
If you don’t mind taking a gamble, £25 Cabaret lottery tickets can save you a huge amount of money. It is very difficult to win however, as just six seats are available each day.
A more reliable option is to look at seats in the Dress Circle and Upper Circle. These aren’t quite as immersive as seats in the Stalls, but still offer decent views of the stage. Try Dress Circle F22 (from £70) or one of the cheapest seats in the house, Upper Circle B21 (from £30).
Websites like SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey are useful for checking what other theatregoers have said about the view from their seat.
When to Book Tickets
Ticket availability is often limited up to three months ahead of time (especially for weekend performances), so book early for the best choice of seats within your budget. Cabaret last minute tickets are not usually any cheaper than those booked in advance.
If you have a lot of flexibility and can see the show on a weekday evening, tickets are less expensive on Monday - Thursday in the cheapest three price bands. They start at £40 for peak weekend periods, compared to £30 off-peak.
Top Tips For Your Visit
Make the most of your tickets and arrive early to soak in the pre-show atmosphere at the Playhouse Theatre. Upon arrival, you are given a token that can be exchanged for a free shot, and entertainers dance around the lobby before you are asked to take your seats.
Dining packages and Berlin-inspired snacks are available either when you book or on the day. The venue allows plastic drinks bottles and small snacks from outside if you would rather save money.
The theatre is in a very good location for a variety of free activities, including walks along the Thames and browsing the National Gallery.Buy tickets
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15th Nov 2021
30th Nov 2023
28th Sep 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 13+. The venue recommends that under 13s not attend the Kit Kat Club.